News Headlines - 19 June 2011

▽Libya: Nato admits civilian deaths as Gaddafi regime claims propaganda coup - Telegraph.co.uk
The fragile alliance targeting Col Muammar Gaddafi is under strain after Nato on Sunday admitted that its bombers had missed a military target to kill a number of civilians in Tripoli.

▽UPS air cargo blocked by Britain over security concerns - The Guardian
Fake bomb was found on UPS flight in March while printer cartridge bomb was discovered on one of firm's planes in 2010

▽Peace campaigner dies after decade-long London vigil - http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2011/06/20/3247839.htm?section=world
English peace campaigner Brian Haw, who camped outside the UK's Houses of Parliament for the past decade, has died of lung cancer at the age of 62.
Mr Haw set up camp in London's Parliament Square in 2001 in protest against UK and US foreign policy, particularly sanctions against Iraq.

▽Church of England to allow gay clergy to become bishops - Telegraph.co.uk
The Church of England is using the Equality Act as a “smokescreen” for allowing gay clergymen to become bishops, according to the leader of the National Secular Society.

▽Bombardier contract loss puts U.K. plant in jeopardy - Globe and Mail
Britain’s last remaining train factory faces an uncertain future as Canadian parent Bombardier Inc. scrambles to find long-term work to compensate for the loss of a major contract to German rival Siemens AG.
News that Siemens beat out Bombardier Transportation, by winning preferred bidder status to build 1,200 carriages for the North-South cross-London commuter route, provoked a flurry of concern in Britain over what will happen to Bombardier’s venerable rail works in Derby, where the cars would have been assembled.







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